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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at 10,000 Lakes Festival, Soo Pass Ranch, Main Stage on 2008-07-26

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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at 10,000 Lakes Festival, Soo Pass Ranch, Main Stage on 2008-07-26




Disc 1
Set 1
(with John Scofield):

01. tuning-> Shakedown Street
02. Alabama Getaway
03. Ball and Chain
04. New Minglewood Blues
05. Beat It On Down The Line
06. Althea->
07. Cosmic Charlie

Disc 2
Set 2:
01. tuning-> Casey Jones
02. Don't Let Me Down->
03. Eyes Of The World->Jam
04. This Wheel's On Fire

Disc 3
01. Mason's Children
02. Viola Lee Blues->
03. Deal->
04. Viola Lee Blues->
05. Bertha->
06. Viola Lee Blues
07. Donor Rap-Intros
Encore:
08. Tom Thumb's Blues


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue 10,000 Lakes Festival, Soo Pass Ranch, Main Stage
Location Detroit Lakes Minnesota

Source Aud>CF
Lineage Busman BSC1 (K1, Cardioid Caps) > HD-P2, 24/48, Format: 16-bit, 44.1 kHz, R8Brain (dither, resample), Samsung 8gb CF>Soundforge>WAV
Taped by Cliff Morse
Transferred by Cliff Morse

Notes

Final Show on the Main Stage of The Festival. Thanks to 10KLF for a great festival and their commitment to share the music!

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Reviews

Reviewer: msorensen01 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 8, 2009
Subject: My search is over!
One of my friends had back stage passes at 10KLF, so we got to sit on the side of the stage for this show. I have been searching for a recording ever since. The sound quality on this is superb.
Reviewer: simon wagstaff - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 10, 2008
Subject: This is the one, 24 bit please!
This is the one to download, great sound, good recording levels. Ensemble playing is innovative. Great jamming in Shakedown and Althea, I think Scofield really adds to things. Rare Minglewood.


I wasn't too impressed with many of the shows from this summer but this one and the Rothbury really stand out.

Would love to see the 24 bit upped!

thanks!
Reviewer: badnem - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 3, 2008
Subject: yeah Busmans
thank you much. sounds all the way live.
Reviewer: Kilgore Trout - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 3, 2008
Subject: Was there - thank you Viola Lee
As a long time Dead Head (was even there with my 23 year old daughter), I REALLY liked Phil's show. The first half was not as crisp as the second. When you have 3 guitarist all trying to find a voice, it can get lost in the mix. Almost would have liked to hear Sco play with them alone. No worries. bTW- I am a HUGE Scofield fan and jazz nut.

The second set was the BOMB. If you want to try and explain experimental jamming to someone, just let them listen to this. If they don't like it, well then just hang it up. Thanks Phil!
Reviewer: Useful Jenkins - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 1, 2008
Subject: Amazing Show for an Amazing weekend!
This show was a blast! Steve from Particle, John Schofield, and of course Phil. The energy was there, and the crowd was awesome!

The recording sounds great. Thanks!

Also, this wasn't the last show of the festival....Lotus, Cornmeal and God Johnson all had sets after Phil.
Reviewer: martinzimmer13 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 1, 2008
Subject: 10KL...S!
I'd like to give this one Ten Thousand Lighthearted Stars ... that's just it!! Crisp playing, fire-and-fierceful, with funky-sparkling jams and improvs, inspired and inspiring singing escpecially of Phil (ALGetaway is awesome!), and some of the best Moog-soloing I heard Steve do, and...and...and...
Great Sound!
Great Job!
Great 'Lakes'!
Reviewer: G. Ganter - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 1, 2008
Subject: Jam title?
I think the Jam going into Goin Down the Road is based on the Warren Haynes song, No More Do I.
Reviewer: DPK - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 31, 2008
Subject: WTF!
Is the world really better off with yet another... Oh, wait... I jumped the gun! ;o)

Thanks, man for this. It will be great to test the Busmans against the rest of the field. I've liked what I've heard so far. +T
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